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Jennifer Fletcher HIM 220 Module Three Worksheet January 29, 2019
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HIM 220 Module Three Worksheet Visit the National Institutes of Health’s registry list (scroll down to the list area in the middle of the page to access the registries) and choose one from the list. Conduct independent research on the registry of your choice and address the following based on your findings: 1. Which registry did you choose? I chose the Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium because I have had several family members who have been diagnosed with Breast Cancer. 2. Who can participate in this registry? The demographic that can participate in this registry are women whom are given a questionnaire or survey upon going for a mammogram to one of the clinics that are participating in the registry. During the time of the screening imaging, the radiologist or whoever is overseeing the mammogram at the imaging facility will also need to complete a form regarding each of the women whom are participating. 3. Describe the history of this registry, including why it was formed. The history of the registry first begins when it was initially started back in 1994. It was created to “enhance the understanding of breast cancer screening practices in the U.S. and their relation to changes in state at diagnosis, survival, or breast cancer mortality.” (National Cancer Institute, 2017). 4. Explain how this registry is funded.
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  • Fall '15
  • Health care provider, National Institutes of Health, Breast Cancer Surveillance Consortium

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